Thursday, September 16, 2010
Two Years of Northwest Adventures
Yes, time really does fly. Today is the second anniversary of Pacific Northwest Seasons.
I’ve been trying to reassess what I’m doing with this blog and how to get more noticed.
So I decide to go drink tea.
After dinner I head over to Zen Dog Studio Teahouse, which, lucky me, is just a few minutes from my north Seattle home. This close to the autumnal equinox, it’s a dark, drippy evening as I hop in my car.
A few blocks west, a wall of fog is rolling in off Puget Sound, softening the edges of everything. It’s also unusually warm. I’m reminded of a dark, rainy night in the tropics. Is this a harbinger of climate change?
Regardless, it’s beautiful. The big round red Chinese lanterns strung around Zen Dog seem to float in the mist. As usual, the tea and company are wonderful. But I don’t get any revelations.
So what would draw you back here more often? More recipes? More posts about kayaking, hiking, skiing, tea….? More time in your day? There are so many wonderful blogs!
For now I’ll keep on blogging about what fancies me because I do know this:
I do this blog because I enjoy it. And it’s made me appreciate the region I live in even more.
I’d love to hear your comments below. Enjoy the film clip from a sunny day in July at Carkeek Park!